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AMERICANS EMBRACING THE IRON FIST OF TOTALITARIAN GOVERNMENT By: Devvy

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By: Devvy
May 26, 2008

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Despite the massive, overwhelming documentation proving that elite groups around the world have been planning the complete annihilation of this constitutional republic for a more than a hundred years, Americans continue to deny, deny, deny. Let me give you this example. It’s an email I received a few days ago regarding a January 7, 2005, column I wrote titled, President Bush supporting global communist domination:

“That is the most absurd statement I have ever heard and you fail to detail just how this is transpiring. Either you are outright ignorant or you are joking. Communism is the exact opposite of what Georgie boy stands for. He is a capitalist and has tried to kill suspected terrorist communist Hugo Chavez. How in hell do you equate Bush with communism? You are too absurd to even bother with!”

I politely directed him to two columns for research: The Proper Role of America’s Military and The Praetorian Guard. Of course, this person never bothered to get the facts from them because he addressed me as Sir in a snit he fired off:

“Sir, I have three graduate degrees, taught history and education courses in colleges and am 67 years old and I have done more research than you can even imagine. I eschew lying television news but you sound like a Fox bred brat. Don’t tell me to do any more research, yours was faulty and at some two bit college no doubt. I am a big ten man. Get lost with your bunk! “

Wow! He’s a big ten man! It is just this level of ignorance and denial that has allowed the destroyers to bring this nation to the brink of ruin and a police state. A closed mind is a dangerous weapon.

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Hey Grimes, what’s up dude? by Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume

May 26, 2008 1 comment

Hey Grimes, what’s up dude? by Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume

 We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother.Shakespeare, Henry IV, Act IV, Scene 3 First published in Nov 2002 Hey Grimes, what’s up? How are things going for you up there in Valhalla? With Memorial Day coming, I thought I’d drop you a line. I don’t talk about it much, but there has not been a single day in over 32 years that I haven’t thought about you.

 I remember the first time we met. It was in Staging Battalion at Camp Pendleton. At the ripe old age of 24, I was a good deal older than average. You’ve heard of the generation gap? Well, I was the gap. I had little in common with the guys of my rank, with whom I was allowed to socialize. But, although you were still very young, you were different–an enthusiastic, bubbling, peached faced kid from Amarillo, TX.

Remember our big plans for me to teach you to ride bulls and bareback horses when we got back to the world? Boy, what a couple of dreamers! When we got in country, you went to 5 th Marines and I went to 2 nd Battalion, 11 th Marines. Since my Battalion and your Regimental Headquarters were both at An Hoa , we had several chances to see each other and renew our friendship. Any time that you were there, you always made a point of finding me, as I did you when I would pass through. I’ll never forget the last time I saw you.

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Barack Obama’s communist connections

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 Barack Obama’s communist connections


Wes Vernon

Wes Vernon
May 26, 2008


The frontrunner for this year’s Democrat presidential nomination burst upon the scene from out of nowhere only in recent months. Two or three years ago, Barrack Hussein Obama was an unknown outside his Chicago bailiwick and in some other Illinois quarters. Even his time in the Illinois State Senate was unremarkable.

So what do we know about him?

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Untitled Excerpt….

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Megiddo. Thermopylae. Tyre. Kai-Sia. Carthage. Hastings. Stirling. Falkirk. Culloden. Quebec. Lexington. Concord. Saratoga. Yorktown. Leipzig. Borodino. Austerlitz. Waterloo. Manassas. Antietam. Shiloh. Vicksburg. Gettysburg. Cold Harbor. Gallipoli. Verdun. Ypres. Nanking. Pearl Harbor. Guadalcanal. Iwo Jima. Wake. Midway. Kasserine Pass. Caen. Bastogne. Dresden. Leningrad.

 

Hiroshima. Nagasaki.

 

Inchon. Pusan. Chosin. Hill 800. Heartbreak Ridge. Ia Drang Valley. Khe Sahn. Hue. Hamburger Hill. Saigon. Gaza. West Bank. Bosnia. Mogadishu.

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The Most Unnecessary Job in the World

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The Most Unnecessary Job in the World

by Laurence M. Vance
by Laurence M. Vance


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Garbage collector, septic tank cleaner, janitor – the most necessary jobs are often the least glamorous. Some jobs, however, are not only unglamorous; they are completely unnecessary. Marine Colonel Steve Beck has the most unnecessary job in the world. He is a Casualty Assistance Calls Officer. He is the one who comes knocking with a message that no military family wants to hear.

Colonel Beck’s story is told in a just-released book by journalist Jim Sheeler.Final Salute: A Story of Unfinished Lives (Penguin Press, 2008) is a continuation of Sheeler’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Rocky Mountain News series written about his experiences in following Beck over the course of a year on his visits to the families of fallen Marines. Sheeler was recently interviewed about his book on NPR’s Fresh Air.

Beck learned each dead Marine’s name and nickname. He embraced their grieving mothers. He attended the funerals. He shed his own tears when he returned to his family. All after unintentionally serving as the death angel. According to Beck, the families always know why he pays them a visit: “The curtains pull away. They come to the door. And they know. They always know.”

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BUREAUCRATS CONSULTING BUREAUCRATS

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 By John Longenecker and Howard Nemerov
May 25, 2008

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Some of our public officials need a civics lesson, and then to re–apply for the job all over again. The first thing is to understand where they have standing and where they do not have standing.

The Castle Doctrine is making its way through due process now in Ohio, perhaps to be the twenty-first state to adopt it. (For definition, see Internet Search Term Castle Doctrine)

If one believes Law Enforcement’s job is to fight crime by arrest, deterrence, interdiction, administration of justice and by public cooperation, then Command Rank cannot oppose the people. Opposing laws which officially recognize Citizen Authority is to oppose the people they serve; where service has been forgotten and become self-serving into many cities. The idea that police would oppose the Castle Doctrine in protecting their own prestige over safe streets is a nationwide scandal. Their job is to enforce the law, not make it or even pressure it.

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AMERICA – THE ‘NEW’ OLD GERMANY

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 By Dr. W.R. Marshall, Ph.D
May 25, 2008

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I should have seen this coming. I’ve been around the edges of it for years now. After watching the Bush machine slowly grind America into a second-rate debtor nation, I figured we were on our way to becoming Great Britain or France. I even thought – if the Chinese changed their mind and decided to call in our $9 trillion note or trade in Euros instead of dollars – we had a shot at becoming Argentina. So how did I miss that we’re already Germany. I’m not talking about modern, post-Commie, no more east and west, you can get a Mercedes anywhere Germany; I’m referring to blackshirt, goose-stepping, Poland invading nation of yore.

For those of you who are history-challenged, that would be bad old Nazi Germany.

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FCC RULE ENDANGERS CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO

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 By Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
May 25, 2008
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In a stunning warning to all Americans, the non-partisan English First warned fans of national and local conservative talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dr. James Dobson, Laurie Roth and other conservative talk shows that a proposed Federal Communications Commission regulation could very well drive their favorite programs off the air.

“This is serious business! The FCC that is part of the executive branch — in essence — is taking control of the airwaves, rather than allowing the US Congress and Senate to propose legislation, openly debate that legislation and then vote on it. One can compare what’s being done in the name of fairness with Stalinism,” warns conservative political strategist Mike Baker.

“If you look at who is pushing this so-called Fairness Doctrine, most likely you’ll find center-left advocates in politics, government, academia, and the press,” adds Baker.

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LEARN TO SCREEN HER BAGGAGE – Lessons from Childhood

May 26, 2008 Leave a comment

 by Marc H. Rudov
May 25, 2008
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Lessons from Childhood

Have you ever argued with your girlfriend or wife and realized — after hearing her words and voice tonality, viewing her facial expressions and body language, weighing the facts of the situation, and objectively assessing your personal behavior — that she was fighting not with you but with her father, mother, siblings, ex-boyfriends, or ex-husbands?

Of course you have, and I’ll bet it was recently. She hurled phrases, displayed fears, and used battle tactics that seemed incongruous with the matter at hand and inappropriate for you. Striking a chord yet? Congratulations! You know how to spot her emotional baggage. Now the question is, will that baggage ruin your journey?

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